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  1. john bonfield

    nice.

    one addendum i might add for a minor situation: i have used the google script, and it works well until you’re in a secure situation.

    If the script is going to be used in a https environment, IE throws an alert about the document containing both secure and non-secure items, which might scare off some buyers (a reason you might be secure in the first place).

    it is easily worked around, if that’s an issue, by putting that script locally on your server, and then accessing it with a relative URI/URL (/js/script_name.js). At that point, IE won’t throw the alert.